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I let the time sync come from systemd with the NTP servers I set in
the wan's .network file.
local stratum->"# If you want to present your computer's time for
others to synchronise
# with, even if you don't seem to be synchronised to any NTP servers
So for the case such as yesterday when my ISP connection dropped, I
still wanted my devices to sync time with my server.
....hmm, it's sounding like you hadn't seen the interaction I had with
Miroslav Lichvar where the issue is resolved.
On Fri, Mar 4, 2016 at 10:20 AM, Bill Unruh <unruh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Look in /var/log/messages for any messages from chrony as it started up.
> Your chrony.conf file has no sources for it to get time from. Why would you
> expect it to be doing anything?
> Why are you using the "local" command? It is pretty useless for almost
> anything. (Yes, there is a tiny corner use case, that is almost never really
> Try running ps aux|grep chrony|grep -v grep
> to see if it is running.
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